Lydia Lord (Buckland) (1637 - 1700)

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Birthplace: Hingham, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Died in Saybrook, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Managed by: Nancy Bynum Murillo
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About Lydia Lord (Buckland)

Lydia Buckland (1633-1700), daughter of William Buckland and Mary Bosworth; Lydia was married four times:

(a). John Brown (1630-1662); married 1655 in Massachessetts and had 1 child. (1st marriage); They had 1 child, Nathaniel Brow (1661-1739)

(b). William Lord ( 1618-1678); married 3 jun 1664 in Rehobeth, MA (2nd marriage); they had 7 children (Benjamin, James, Samuel, Dorothy, Daniel, Hannah and Elizabeth).

(c). Thomas Dunk (1633-1683); married Oct 1678 in Saybrook, CT (3rd marriage); they had no children.

(d). Abraham Post (1629-1708); married Mar 1684 in Saybrook, CT (4th marriage); they had no children.

  • 'Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts ..., Volume 3 By J.H. Beers & Co
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=GHIWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA1771&lpg=PA1771&dq=Lydia+Buckland+Brown&source=bl&ots=1oWzfhyFRg&sig=V_IWRkMsYDf3fmVCpLX8SyKh3k8&hl=en&ei=zNjjTveDCcSsiQLz_bDYBg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9&ved=0CEoQ6AEwCDgK#v=onepage&q=Lydia%20Buckland%20Brown&f=false
  • Pg. 1771
  • BROWN. (I) John Brown was an English shipbuilder of Plymouth, England. He had an acquaintance with the Pilgrims at Leyden, before 1620. The date of his coming to America is not known. In 1636 he was living in Duxbury, and in 1643 was of Taunton, Mass. He was assistant governor for seventeen years from 1636, and served as commissioner of the United Colonies from 1644 for twelve years. He died in Swansea, near Rehoboth, where he had large possessions, April 10, 1662. His will was made three days before. His wife Dorothy died in Swansea Jan. 27, 1674, aged ninety years. Their children were: James, who married in 1655 Lydia Howland; Mary, who married in 1656 Capt. Thomas Willet; and 'John, who married Lydia Buckland'.
    • ' (II) John Brown, son of John Brown (the assistant) and Dorothy, was of Rehoboth and Swansea. His wife was Lydia Buckland. he died the last of March, 1662. The children of John and Lydia Brown were: John, born in September, 1650 (who married Ann Mason); Lydia, Aug. 5, 1655; Hannah, Jan. 29, 1657; Joseph, April 9, 1658; and Nathaniel, June 8, 1661. John Brown's will was made in October 1661, and proved March 31, 1662.
      • (III) Capt. John Brown, son of John Brown and Lydia (Buckland), married Nov. 8, 1672, Ann Mason, daughter of Maj. John Mason. She was born in June, 1650. .....
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  • 'American Historical Society. Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical; (Volume 3). (page 28 of 62)
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  • John Brown was an English shipbuilder of Plymouth, England, and had an acquaintance with the Pilgrims at Leyden, before 1620. The date of his coming to America is not known. In 1636 he was living in Duxbury, and in 1643 was of Taunton, Massachusetts. He was assistant governor for seventeen years from 1636, and served as commissioner of the United Colonies from 1644 for twelve years. He died in Swansea, near Rehoboth, where he had large possessions, April 10, 1662, his will being made three days before. His wife Dorothy died in Swansea, January 27, 1674, aged ninety years. Children: James, married, in 1655, Lydia Howland ; Mary, married in 1656, Captain Thomas Willet ; 'John, mentioned below'.
    • ' (II) John (2) Brown, youngest child of John (i) and Dorothy Brown, was of Rehoboth and Swansea, and died the last of March, 1662. His will was made in October, 1661, and proved March 31, 1662. He married Lydia Buckland, and had Children : John, mentioned below ; Lydia, born August 5, 1655 ; Hannah, January 29, 1657; Joseph, April 9, 1658; Nathaniel, June 9, 1661.
      • (III) Captain John (3) Brown, eldest child of John (2) and Lydia (Buckland) Brown, was born September, 1650, and died November 24. 1709. His widow and sons, John and Samuel, were appointed administrators of his estate, December 27, 1709. He married, November 8, 1672, Ann Mason, born June, 1650, daughter ....
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  • 'Passengers on the "Lion" From England to Boston, 1632, and five generations ... By Sandra Sutphin Olney
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=l-NM0IyRpREC&pg=PA100&lpg=PA100&dq=Lydia+Buckland+Brown&source=bl&ots=Me6xMPTfaH&sig=czPSOFWjcW3AOzZObncYXNuVFu8&hl=en&ei=y9vjToGnCqSkiQKqx7DDBg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CCcQ6AEwAjge#v=onepage&q=Lydia%20Buckland%20Brown&f=false
  • Pg. 99
  • 1. John1 BROWN. Born, CIRCA 1582, in Essex, ENG. Died, 10 APR 1662, in Rehoboth, MA1. Burial in Little Neck Cem, Bullock's Cove2. Prob of Est: 19 APR 1662, in Rehoboth, MA, (will dated, 7 Apr 1662).
  • He married Dorothy ( ), BEFORE 1620, in ENG. Born, 1583, in ENG. Died, 27 JAN 1673/4, in Plymouth Colony, MA (now Swansea)3. Burial: 1674, in Little Neck Cem, Bullock's Cove2. Prob of Est: 29 MAR 1674.
  • Children: .....
  • Pg. 100
    • ' 2. John2 BROWN (John1). Born, CIRCA 1620, in ENG. Died, MAR 1663, in Wannamoisett, Plymouth Colony, MA. Prob of Est: 31 MAR 1663, in Plymouth Colony, MA3.
    • He married, first, an anonymous woman, BEFORE 1650, in Rehoboth, MA. Children:
      • 4 i. John3 BROWN.
      • ii. Lydia BROWN. born, 5 AUG 1655, in Rehoboth, MA3. She married William PARKER, 6 SEP 1676.
      • iii. Hannah BROWN. Born, 27 JUN 1657, in Rehoboth, MA3. She married Hezekiah WILLETT, son of Thomas Willett and Mary BROWN, 7 JAN 1675/6, in Rehoboth, MA (no issue)3.
      • 5 iv. Joseph BROWN.
    • ' He married, second, Lydia BUCKLAND, daughter of William BUCKLAND, CIRCA 1660, in Rehoboth, MA. Children:
      • 6 v. Nathaniel BROWN.
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  • 'John Browne, gentleman, of Plymouth, (and one branch of descendants to the 12th generation) assistant, commissioner, magistrate, pioneer in New England colonial life .. (1919)
  • http://www.archive.org/details/johnbrownegentle00brow
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/johnbrownegentle00brow#page/33/mode/1up
  • ' Ensign John Browne was the elder son of John Browne, Gentleman [I] and his wife Dorothy (70).
  • ' The date of his birth is not definitely known. It must have been before 1623, as his younger brother James was born that year, and after 1614, as Mary, his sister, who was undoubtedly the oldest of the children, was born that year.
  • ' He died the last day of March, 1662, ten days before his father's death (40) (41) (45).
  • ' He was twice married. This fact is established by a statement of his brother James Browne in which he refers to John's oldest child, "as my loving nephew, John Brown" [III] "eldest son of my brother John by his first wife" (62).
  • ' The name of the first wife is not known, nor the date of his marriage to her, nor the date of her death. For his second wife he married Lydia Buckland, daughter of William Buckland. The date of his second marriage is not definitely known. Land was granted to William Buckland by the town of Hingham in 1636. William Buckland was buried in Bingham September 1, 1679 (71) (72) (73).
  • ' In the little book previously mentioned, reference is made to a deed in which the following language appears in reference to
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/johnbrownegentle00brow#page/33/mode/1up
  • 'John Browne Jr., John Jr. had 2 sons by his first wife of which John was the eldest."
  • ' John Browne Jr.'s second son was Joseph; he was born April 9, 1658. Therefore his marriage to his second wife, Lydia Buckland, must have occurred subsequent to April 9, 1658.
  • ' John Browne Jr., in his will, made last of March, 1662, and published at length (47) makes the following provision; "Whereas my father-in-law, William Buckland, standeth engaged unto me in the sum of three score pounds which was to be for the portion he was to give me in marriage with my wife and was to be payed me in the year 1660; this sum which is now in my father-in-law, his hands I do give unto my wife," etc.
  • ' It is highly probable that if the marriage portion was to be paid in 1660, the marriage was celebrated not long before that time.
  • ' It is certain that the eldest child John Browne [III] was by the first wife, and it is highly probable that the next three children were by the first wife. John Browne, Jr., was first appointed Ensign March 20, 1653, and was again appointed in 1654 (74). John Browne, Jr. had the following children, all born at Rehoboth : ....
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  • 'Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of ... edited by Ellery Bicknell Crane
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=QKorAAAAYAAJ&lpg=PA39&ots=K6_g_Oybpa&dq=John%20Browne%20Taunton%20%20Widow%20Walker&pg=PA39#v=onepage&q=John%20Browne%20Taunton%20%20Widow%20Walker&f=false
  • Pg. 38
  • John Brown (1), or Browne ..... Of Worcester, ... He did not come in the "Mayflower," however. It was not until March, 1629, that he reached New England. He landed at Salem. .... His wife Dorothy died in 1674. His eldest son died the same year as he (1662). His other son, James, was afterwards in the magistracy. ....
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  • John Browne, Sr., was born in 1595 and died April 10, 1662. His wife died at Swansey, Massachusetts, Jamuary 27, 1673. The children of John Browne (I) were: 'Ensign John, Jr., born in England, died last of March, 1662; (settled in Rehoboth and had these children: John, born last Friday in September, 1650; Lydia, August 5 or 6, 1656; Annah, January 29, 1657; Joseph, April 9, 1658; Nathaniel, June 9, 1661'; Major James, of Swansey, born in England 1623, died 1710; Mary, born in England, married July 6, 1636, Captain Thomas Willett, of Plymouth, the first English mayor of New York city, who was twice elected to that office. William, resided in Salem, not mentioned in will and not proved to be son of John Browne (I).
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Lydia Lord's Timeline

1637
1637
Hingham, Massachusetts, USA
1650
September 30, 1650
Age 13
Swansea, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
1659
November 5, 1659
Age 22
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts
1661
June 9, 1661
Age 24
of, Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island
1664
June 3, 1664
Age 27
Hartford, Hartford, CT
1666
March 30, 1666
Age 29
Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
1668
April 2, 1668
Age 31
Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
1670
1670
Age 33
Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
1672
1672
Age 35
1673
1673
Age 36
Saybrook, Middlesex, CT